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Tax season brings help for Manitobans

Helping low-income Manitobans prepare their tax returns reaps big rewards The cost of income tax preparation is significant for some low-income Manitobans, but the cost of not doing their taxes can be even more significant in lost benefits and credits. … Continue reading

‘It’s all about dignity’

Canadian Footwear helps people put a good foot forward at John Howard Society The John Howard Society (JHS) hosted a grand opening reception for their new We Fit You Closet last week, and the reviews are in. “I’m thrilled. The guys … Continue reading

PJs and Caring

Annual PJ Drive brings home generosity and warmth for kids. Members of The Manitoba Chiropractors Association – 41 offices – collected over 2700 pairs of PJs as part of their annual PJ drive for United Way agencies. The PJs were sorted … Continue reading

E.T. gets an orchestra

National Leasing partners with The Winnipeg Boldness Project to sponsor art and culture events for Point Douglas families E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial won the 1982 Academy Award for Best Original Score, and last Sunday families were treated not just a screening of … Continue reading

“Your donation is an investment in very significant work.”

Incoming Campaign Chair Colin Ryan asks everyone to reach out and ask others to give now. More than 300 Winnipeggers gathered at The MET on Friday to celebrate United Way’s Sponsored Executives, hear about the value of agencies providing job and … Continue reading

Spence Street Thrift Shop is reborn

The Spence Street Thrift Shop is welcoming shoppers in the West End again after a three-week closure for renovations. “We did some new paint, new colour, we updated the flooring and made the store more efficient and the racks are … Continue reading